Studio (MA)

Fine Arts MA, Studio Concentration -- Department of Art and Design

Fine Arts MA

MA in Fine Arts, Studio Concentration Advisor: Dr. Robert Browning; 973-655-4167

Overview

Curriculum

Faculty

Studio Facilities

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Overview

The Master of Arts (MA) in Fine Arts, Studio Concentration includes several areas of specialization, including ceramicsdrawingmetalwork/jewelrypaintingphotographyprintmaking, and sculpture. Through the MA program, students have an opportunity to advance existing and emerging skills in studio art; develop a personal aesthetic voice; or explore a studio area that was never before tried. The program has long served the needs of working professionals who require the flexibility of part-time study, in addition to helping students develop a portfolio for application to the more intensive Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program.

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Curriculum

Curriculum requirements for the MA in Fine Arts, Studio Concentration and other programs in the Department of Art and Design may be found through the following links:

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Faculty

The faculty in the Department of Art and Design consists of more than 28 full-time faculty and 90-plus adjuncts and visiting professionals, including renowned guest artists and art critics.

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Studio Facilities

The Department of Art and Design occupies several buildings on campus and includes fully equipped facilities for all studio areas.

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Further Information / Apply Now

Additional information on graduate programs, including admission requirements for the MA in Fine Arts, Studio Concentration, may be found on the Graduate School Web page.

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